This is an incredible story - I truly hope they catch the guy and give him everything he deserves & then some - but in upholding the Constitution she also kept the case solid for the courts by insisting on a warrant, which was her main contention!
I come across a number of articles almost daily that "blame" the lackluster success of RFID technology on its poor performance. I was surprised to learn that readers often don't read, and tags sometime don't respond. A typical success rate hovers anywhere at 90-97% performance, which may be ok for a casual observer, but really sucks for any industrial/high-volume settings, where errors are measured at 1 per million (ppm).
Any thoughts? Have you come across any RFID performance issues?
Thanks to articles like this one I feel I'm clearer via email. I still send huge files, but thanks to BOX.net I'll probably post a link going forward. Hey if you think I'm a sinner, please let me know in the comments.